Glorious Gardens of Argyll & Bute

Kinlochlaich House Gardens

The gardens are set around Kinlochlaich House, having been laid out about 1790 by John Campbell of Lochend. They incorporate a fine hexagonal walled garden, informal plantings, spring garden and bluebell woodland walk. The Garden Plant Centre commenced in 1976 and has developed over the years to offer one of the largest range of plants in Scotland. It must be one of the very few centres which uses a walled garden in which to demonstrate and display plants.

The aim continues to be one of offering the best selection of garden plants, with sound horticultural knowledge and with specimens established around the grounds, displaying maturity and habit. New additions are sought continually and we trial plants for suitability.

Comfortable self-catering accommodation, with lots of character, available throughout the year including the unique award winning Tree House.

Kinlochlaich House Gardens Information

Kinlochlaich House, Appin, Argyll, PA38 4BD
01631 730342
(Fiona) 07881 525754
Donald and Susie Hutchison, Fiona Hutchison
All year round, 7 days a week, Christmas and New Year by arrangement
Getting there:
Midway between Oban and Fort William on the A828, entrance beside Appin Police Station.
Facilities available:
Disabled access with assistance, toilets, plants for sale.